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[ATTACH=RIGHT]19382[/ATTACH]If you happen to be in the market for an all-in-one Windows PC, the Compaq 6000 Pro from Hewlett Packard is worth of serious consideration. This well-equipped, dual-core workstation performed well in benchmarks and our hands-on tests, and its integrated graphics circuitry drove a highly demanding single-shooter game smoothly, pegging the dial at a respectable 100 frames per second. [B]Specs & Config[/B] Model: [url=http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/13627_div/13627_div.HTML]HP Compaq 6000 Pro[/url] Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo (E8400) @ 3.0GHz Chipset: Intel Q43 Express Memory: 4GB 1333 MHz DDR3 SDRAM (dual channel) Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GT320 1GB (dedicated) Display: 21.5-inch diagonal anti-glare (1920 x 1080) …

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[ATTACH=right]19321[/ATTACH]If you're serious about developing Android apps, there's only one platform to build and test them on, and that's the Samsung Nexus S. Why? Because first and foremost, the Nexus S runs pure Android. Not only is Samsung's Nexus S, released in December, one of the most beautiful phones on the market, and the only one with a curved glass screen, it also contains no add-ons, overlays or UI enhancements of any kind. Yes, the Nexus S is all Android. There are no carrier-specific or Samsung-specific apps, drivers or features. That means that if your app runs here, it's reasonable …

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